sound reproduction


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Noun1.sound reproduction - the reproduction of soundsound reproduction - the reproduction of sound    
replication, reproduction - the act of making copies; "Gutenberg's reproduction of holy texts was far more efficient"
high fidelity, hi-fi - the reproduction of sound with little or no distortion
playback - the act of reproducing recorded sound; "he was allowed to hear the playback of his testimony"
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The system provides full-range sound reproduction for a booming audio experience for Bulldogs fans.
At low volume, the speaker sticks to the closed-cabinet principle for more accurate sound reproduction. But at high volume, the active bass port opens up to shift more air and offer a more powerful bass performance.
Put simply, the soundbar has very good sound reproduction for the price and has elegant looks as well.
Improving on a seemingly perfect formula is not a task undertaken lightly, but Sennheiser's engineers have succeeded in enhancing further the sound reproduction in the open, circumaural HD 800 S.
He showed me the beauty of uncompressed sound educated me on how to distinguish quality sound from bad showed me the simplest methods of evaluating various sound equipment, and imparted to me the fundamentals of sound reproduction.
Samsung and HARMAN also recently outlined the groundbreaking technological achievements with the audio solution for the Samsung Onyx in the whitepaper titled, Addressing Sound Reproduction as a System-Wide Solution to Samsung's Onyx LED Cinema Screen Technology .
The device also boasts of authentic sound reproduction. Furthermore, it has an in-line remote that users can control to switch songs and alter volume settings.
Available at Sennheiser they deliver a satisfying sound reproduction with powerful bass response.
Originating from John Cage's questions about how sounds from plants, white noise, and even blood pumping through our own veins can be experienced and influence us, the field of sound studies began in earnest in the 1990s and was largely codified in Jonathan Sterne's The Audible Past: Cultural Origins of Sound Reproduction (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2003).
The ts03+mic features an 8mm dynamic speaker driver, upgraded acoustics for more accurate sound reproduction, and a wider sound-stage compared to the previous model.
The introduction of the moving-coil microphone in 1923 made far more accurate sound reproduction possible, and Elgar made new recordings of most of his major orchestral works and excerpts from The Dream of Gerontius.